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Terra nova: An exhibition of Renaissance terracottas in Padua breaks new ground. Clemente, Maichol May 1, 2020 1233
A man of his time: We shouldn't forget to consider Leonardo in the context of his own age. Baker, Christopher Jul 1, 2019 1074
Student debt: Andrea del Verrocchio deserves greater credit for the genius of his star pupil. Stemp, Richard May 1, 2019 1229
Speech and silence: A thrilling survey of two Renaissance masters highlights their many differences. Hills, Paul Nov 1, 2018 1158
Well mannered: The cinquecento was a period defined by much more than artistic stagnation, writes Florence Hallett. Hallett, Florence Nov 1, 2017 1154
Private devotion: religious piety in renaissance Italy was as personal as it was public. Hope, Charles May 1, 2017 1100
Great minds: the creative exchange between Michelangelo and Sebastiano was fraught but fertile. Salomon, Xavier F. May 1, 2017 1108
Ave Maria. Storr, Robert Essay Mar 22, 2016 3905
Drawing in Silver and Gold: Leonardo to Jasper Johns. McCabe, Sophia Quach Jan 1, 2016 1941
Unknown dimensions: an exhibition of drawings by Renaissance sculptors provides valuable insights into both mediums. Hicks, Ian Jan 1, 2015 1020
Sanctity Pictured: The Art of the Dominican and Franciscan Orders in Renaissance Italy. Smithers, Tamara Jan 1, 2015 1646
An ideal man. Corry, Maya Jun 1, 2014 2809
Venetian colour: Peter Humfrey celebrates the first survey of Veronese's career ever to be staged in London. Humfrey, Peter May 1, 2014 1137
The full 15 rounds. Moore, Susan Jan 1, 2014 2457
Piero della Francesca in America. Nici, John B. Jan 1, 2014 1480
Michelangelo's David-Apollo. Och, Marjorie Jan 1, 2014 1660
Collectors' focus. Crichton-Miller, Emma Nov 1, 2013 1160
Nobility and newcomers in Renaissance Ireland: a Folger Shakespeare Library exhibition. Owens, Coilin Critical essay Sep 22, 2013 7037
Budding genius: the initial stages of Florence's cultural flowering are examined in the Palazzo Strozzi's outstanding show. Mulherron, Jamie Jul 1, 2013 1035
Sharp dressing: in Renaissance Italy, the sword became a decorative work of art as well as a deadly weapon. With its elegant, enigmatically detailed pommel, an early civilian dress sword in London's Wallace Collection testifies to the artistic richness of such objects. Capwell, Tobias Feb 1, 2013 5579
Northern lights: the elusive Northern Renaissance is celebrated in an outstanding show at the Royal Collection in London. Brown, Christopher Feb 1, 2013 972
The poetry of landscape: the stylistic development of Cima da Conegliano's painting is well illustrated in this succinct exhibition. Humfrey, Peter Jul 1, 2012 902
Mortlake's Banquet of the Senses: The Five Senses tapestries at Haddon Hall, Derbyshire, were produced for King Charles I by Francis Cleyn and the Mortlake manufactory. Their design ingeniously incorporated illustrations of Aesop's Fables, which enabled the tapestries to convey Renaissance ideas about spiritual love. Mulherron, Jamie; Wyld, Helen Mar 1, 2012 4473
Faces of the Renaissance: Jonathan Lopez reports on an exhibition of Renaissance portraiture that includes many highlights, but is badly let down by its accompanying publication. Lopez, Jonathan Mar 1, 2012 1000
Seeking Rubens: David Ekserdjian appraises the scholarship within the latest volumes of the Corpus Rubenienum. Ekserdjian, David Mar 1, 2012 1130
High on life. Paul, Benjamin Critical essay Feb 1, 2012 1561
A hero returned: Louise Nicholson applauds an exhibition of Antico's bronzes that celebrates the artist's creative relationship with antiquity. Nicholson, Louise Feb 1, 2012 1057
From Renaissance Palace to French Embassy. Murphy, Debra Jan 1, 2012 2277
Bookshelf. Brief article Dec 31, 2011 171
Wounded maternity, sharp revenge: Shakespeare's representations of queens in light of the Hecuba myth. Tassi, Marguerite A. Jun 22, 2011 6857
How to do witchcraft tragedy with speech acts. Byville, Eric Essay Jun 22, 2011 13599
St Joseph's foot deformity in Italian renaissance art. Albury, W.R.; Weisz, G.M. Critical essay Jan 1, 2011 7619
The eye, heart, and brain of the beholder: experiencing English Renaissance miniature portraits. Dixon, Laurinda S. Jun 22, 2010 7422
Allegorizing choice: the Apollo Flaying Marsyas Myth in a religious context. Unger, Daniel M. Essay Jun 22, 2010 9231
Optical illusions and verbal emblems in Sir Philip Sidney's Astrophil and Stella and Arcadia. Arnaudo, Marco Essay Jun 22, 2010 7300
Trafficking in mere humanity: Shakespeare, McNally and the reach of "this wooden O". Frontain, Raymond-Jean Essay Jun 22, 2010 11235
Boccaccio's Amazons and their legacy in Renaissance art: confronting the threat of powerful women. Franklin, Margaret Essay Mar 22, 2010 6849
Declamation and character in the Fletcher-Massinger plays. Curran, John E., Jr. Essay Jan 1, 2010 14529
Renaissance in the galleries: this month the Victoria and Albert Museum unveils its Medieval and Renaissance Galleries, the fruit of seven years' research and planning. Caroline Campbell reviews a major project that inspiringly combines familiar and little-known treasures with new ideas. Campbell, Caroline Dec 1, 2009 1653
Galileo gazes toward the heavens: understanding the contributions of the Father of astronomy. Aug 1, 2009 579
Panic at the wedding feast: Patrick McCaughey praises a thought-provoking exhibition on love and marriage in Italian renaissance art that successfully makes an over-familiar period seem strange once more. McCaughey, Patrick Apr 1, 2009 946
Exercise for mind and body: Giulio Mancini, collecting, and the beholding of landscape painting in the seventeenth century. Gage, Frances Dec 22, 2008 16147
Sorceress among cities: a well-staged exhibition at the National Gallery, London, on the neglected subject of art in renaissance Siena is full of decorative, sophisticated pleasures. Henry, Tom Dec 1, 2007 1079
At home in the renaissance: Dora Thornton visits an ambitious attempt to depict domestic life in renaissance Florence and Venice through art and artefacts that range from sculpture by Donatello to table napkins. Thornton, Dora Dec 1, 2006 1449
Our literature of extremes. Hart, Jeffrey Critical essay Mar 22, 2006 4975
An international project based in the capital is helping to present Leonardo in all his complexity. Spanier, Samson Feb 1, 2006 513
The gentle art of Fra Angelico: a retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum showcases the originality of a Renaissance master. Rezendes, Joyce Cover Story Dec 16, 2005 1523
Amazing grace: Stephen J. Campbell on Fra Angelico. Campbell, Stephen J. Critical Essay Sep 1, 2005 1789
In the footsteps of Leonardo. Bambach, Carmen C. Jul 1, 2005 9146
The Renaissance Connection. Roland, Craig Brief Article Sep 1, 2004 138
Urbino legend: David Drogin on Raphael. Drogin, David Sep 1, 2004 740
The first renaissance centurion: the National Gallery of Scotland's new exhibition of Venetian renaissance art in Scottish collections includes a major rediscovery, a painting by Paris Bordon from Mount Stuart, Alexandra Jackson discusses its place in Venetian art, and studies the limited evidence for its date, patronage and provenance. Jackson, Alexandra Aug 1, 2004 7115
Leonardo da Vinci on beauty and ugliness: Carmen C. Bambach praises a ground-breaking exhibition of Leonardo's drawings from the Royal Collection. Bambach, Carmen C. Mar 1, 2004 2261
Celestial Leonardo. CHENG, SCARLET Biography Jul 1, 2003 2226
Reflections on art: scientists debate whether the old masters used optical aids. Weiss, Peter Ulrich May 31, 2003 2081
The Medici, Michelangelo, and the art of Florence. (Museums Today). Feinberg, Larry J.; Darr, Alan P.; Bostrom, Antonia Jan 1, 2003 1859
Leonardo lives on. Gani, Martin Nov 1, 2002 3534
Surreal interior designs. Monda, Denise Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 776
Constitution and Bylaws of the Renaissance Society of America as amended March 2001 at the 47th Annual Meeting held in Chicago, IL. Dec 22, 2001 2834
Through the looking glass: David Hockney explains how a question about some Ingres drawings led to a whole new theory of Western art. (Point Of Departure). Hockney, David Nov 1, 2001 1421
Tyard's Graphic Metamorphoses: Figuring the Semiosic Drift in the Douze Fables de fleuves ou fontaines. CAMPO, ROBERTO E. Sep 22, 2001 12115
Rare Michelangelo Drawings Make U.S. Premiere. Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 201
Delight. DAVEY, PETER Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 361
Michelangelo. MCCOLLUM, SEAN Play Apr 9, 2001 1435
Vincent van Gogh and the Painters of the Petit Boulevard. Sugita, Rena Jan 1, 2001 110
TUNISIA'S ANDALUSIAN HERITAGE. Salloum, Habeeb Jul 1, 2000 2298
Drawings of the German Renaissance. BELL, JUDITH Apr 1, 2000 1480
Mothers and Sons: Two Paintings for San Bonaventura in Early Modern Rome. VALONE, CAROLYN Mar 22, 2000 10078
Boucicaut Master. Vihos, Lisa Mar 1, 2000 1275
New thoughts about the Renaissance in Venice. Wilkin, Karen Dec 1, 1999 3510
THE MAGIC GREENWOOD OF DOSSO DOSSI. Bruce, Donald Sep 1, 1999 1880
An observer of charms & hurts: Dosso of Ferrara. Gilbert, Creighton Apr 1, 1999 2642
Balancing acts: reading sources and weighing evidence in recent Italian renaissance art history. Goffen, Rona Mar 22, 1999 5666
She-devils, harlots and harridans in Northern Renaissance prints. Nurse, Julia Jul 1, 1998 3574
What did the Renaissance patron buy? Gilbert, Creighton E. Jun 22, 1998 26003
As in Ovid, so in Renaissance art. Barolsky, Paul Jun 22, 1998 5881
Flemish versus Netherlandish: a discourse of nationalism. Deam, Lisa Mar 22, 1998 12671
Holbein: court painter of the Reformation. Pettegree, Andrew Biography Feb 1, 1998 2808
Caprarola's Sala della Cosmografia. Quinlan-McGrath, Mary Dec 22, 1997 17686
Art Theorists of the Italian Reaissance now available on CD-ROM from Chadwyck-Healey. Oct 1, 1997 384
The reference to Mantegna in 'The Critic as Artist.' (Oscar Wilde drama) Schroeder, Horst Sep 1, 1997 582
Picture galleries outside London: The Christ Church Gallery, Oxford. Bruce, Donald Feb 1, 1997 2370
Victorian identity and the historical imaginary: Emilia Dilke's "The Renaissance of Art in France". Mansfield, Elizabeth Jan 1, 1997 5976
Gendered style in Italian art criticism from Michelangelo to Malvasia. Sohm, Philip Dec 22, 1995 22125
Georgette de Montenay: a different voice in sixteenth-century emblematics. Grieco, Sara F. Matthews Biography Dec 22, 1994 12287
The Medici and Gozzoli's Magi. Oxley, Malcolm Cover Story Dec 1, 1994 2564
Erwin Panofsky and the renascence of the Renaissance. Landauer, Carl Jun 22, 1994 10164
Miscellanea curiositae Michelangelae: a steep tariff, a half dozen horses, and yards of taffeta. Wallace, William E. Jun 22, 1994 7730
Mercury and Psyche - Muller after De Vries. Campbell, Mungo Biography May 1, 1994 2230
Icons of unity. Wilson, Jean Jun 1, 1993 3763
Translator's preface. MacGillivray, Catherine A.F. Jan 1, 1993 832

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